India is one of the most populated countries in the world, and as a result, it is vital for the population to have access to forests full of healthy trees for the recycling of air and to combat pollution. Statistics show that around 275 million Indians depend directly on forest resources.
Thanks to the trees it is possible to have the raw material for industry, food and building materials. Also, forests are the natural habitat of many species of rare plants and animals.
The project focused on planting new fruit plants in India, providing better food for the population, improving food culture and fighting hunger in the most impoverished areas. The villages involved in the project are the areas of Marora and Ghanghas. Plants will be planted and followed by local farmers and charitable organizations, such as hospitals and orphanages. Our calculations show that only one fruit tree is a stable source of income (if managed in the right way), for at least 50 years, so each tree will allow generations of Indians to improve their quality of life.
The fruits that will be planted will be rolling banana, Indian gooseberry, pears, and grapes, depending on the season.
Who will support the project will receive a certificate and lifetime updates on each development. Even one tree can make the difference between a polluted world and a clean world and between wealth and poverty for the population.
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